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Under Milk Wood

GBR244
Dylan Thomas
New Directions Publishing Corporation
2013
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0811220923
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Originally written as a radio play for the BBC, this short work (Dylan's last) concerns the events on a single spring day in a small coastal village in Wales. It's a lyrical, outrageous celebration of life in the mythical town of Llareggub (bugger all backwards), populated by all manner of madmen and eccentrics. Also available on audio cassette, read by Dylan Thomas himself. Thomas demonstrates his usual breathtaking command of language and rhythm in this much-loved work.

ISBN: 9780811220927
$16.95
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